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each month id the M;iiuic ii;tll. Visiting
Brothers ar Ii.vltl lo attend.
fllUIO LODGE SO. l. A.O. U. W.-Meets
- every alternate Fiid:ty eveuiuit at Iv.. of 1 .
h.U. Transient brother are respectfully lu
viteUtfatt"ul. K.J. Moruii. Master Work innn ;
K. I. Hrown. Foreman ; ti. ii. Keinnter. Over
err; U. A. Taite. Kniiitirl. r ; U. F. House
worih. Kecorder; M. Siaj bilytit. Knceiyer ;
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ol Vnmric Meet second aiul fiiur! h Ion
iy evening at K. of I", hall. All transient
lrther are requested t-. meet with u. A.
Nnwcoiier. Vener;ble Consul ; 'i. F, Nilen,
Worthy Adviser ; S. C. Wilde. Hanker ; W. A.
j) r, vTrsMOUTii loi:e no. . a. o. it. w.
t ,I.vti every a!teri.ito Fri lnv evetilnii at
!'nl:wil rnll.it. oY.luc. Ail I r;i:is!'Ut broth
erj iiro rij"-lf iiily invit-d i utteii.l. I'. W.
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i ".ie.-t-l te.'.nnl ,i;id foiiitil 1 Itesduy ol ea h
l:fnlht M:i.ii Hill. "ir:nsri-iit brothers
are ti.vito.' to meet w ith lis.
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i.?lieot! iii-t .i!ul ihlrJ Wfdni"d-.ty niKhi of
eadj nioath ;it .Maso '.s liall. Visittni; brothers
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. lue. '-f tiie ieeniid and fourth Mondays of
tach inuiith ul Arcanum Il.tll.
ic. N. OLE.VS, Kegent.
r. C. -itsou. Secretary.
PLATTSMOOTH BOARD OF TRADE
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Vi. e lrehKnt Wm Neville
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for an incurable case or CaUrrfc
in iha Uuil bvtbe rroirietoHOf
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY
Sympionil OI imrnii-nuunic,
fVbetruction ot nose. discUarjr falling into
throat, sometimes prof ue, wuterr, and acrid,
at others, thick, teuacioua. raucous, purulent.
Moody and putrid : eyes weak, ringing in ears,
deafness, difficulty of clcarinr throat, expecto
MUioD of offensive matter: breath offensive:
Biaell and tte impaired, and peneraJ debility.
Onlya few of rhes irmptnmi likely to le pres
ent at once. Thousand of cates result in
umptioa. and nd n the rrave.
Ujila mild, soothing:. anl healing properties.
Dr . ta fe'a RTnlr curew th worrt casei. 60c.
TTneqn&tod as a LlTer Mil. Smal3t.cheap
0ti Msiest to take. One Pellet m loe.
Cre SlS? Ia2s5che, Billon. Headache,
DiniuMs. ConsUpatlou, ludlReHtion,
Ulllona Attacks, and all deramrements or
tte stomad! and boweL. 25 eta. by drug-guta.
M ANUFACTCREK OF AND
WHOLESALE S. RETAIL
DEALER IN Till.
Choirost Brands of Ciirais.
Flor de Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FCLL LINE OF
TOBACCO AXD SilOIIEKS' ARTICL!:i
always in stock. Nov. 20. 18S"L
bLerv.in & WillUuis' mixed paiuts, the
bst In tLe laarktt. at Fricke & Co's. dru
ftore. 8 tL
I'ItOTiJTIOX AXI iOOI WAGES.
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A Tromendous Ratification at the
Hext President's own Home
THE 'SOL!DSOUTH,,IS CROKEN.
Wost Virginia Breaks the "Solid
South" and Increases Repub
THE DEMOCRATS GIVE IT UP.
The Democratic National Commit
tee Acknowledge Cleveland's
HARRISON HAS 233 VOTES.
Nebraska to the Front With a Large
Majority McShane's Tricks
Did Not Work.
CALIFORNIA IS. ALL R1QHT.
Republicans Claim the Stats by
About Five Thousand.
The Coast states In Line.
San Jr'itANCisco, Xov. 8. The count of
41,402 votes in the city out of u total of
5j,:JT0 gives Harrison 20,007 and Cleve
land 21,455. It is expected thath the
canvass of the vote of ihe city will le
completed this afternoon. The republi
can state committee estimates that the
democratic plurality in the city will be
about 5,000, but contend that outside
counties will furnish a republican plur
ality of 14,000, and that the republican
tlectoral ticket will be elected by 9,000
plurality. The prohibition vote, as fa?
as canvassed, falls blow that of 1S84.
II. II. le'oucg, c'uairman of the sub
committee of the national executive com
mittee, telegraphed to Chairman Quay
last night that all the Pacific coast states
had gone for Harrison, and California,
p-'.rtiOuiarly, by a rising vote of
8,000. The estimates of the democratic
state committee doe3 i.oi vary from the
one made yesterday, of a probable plur
ality of 2,000 t 3,000 in the state. The
Kxamincr editorially claims California
U still in doubt. The Chronicle says:
" We thiuk we are entirely safe in saying
that California has gone republican Ly
from four to rive tIov,sand.
Liiie this afternoon the vote has been
counted ia 140 precincts in this c ity out
i a total i't 170, an 1 the result is as fol
ow: Ch-vtland 2fi,085, Harrison 2'v!,lHi.
iNMANAru'.is. I'mU Nov. 3.-948 pre
c til ls in ln.i:uaa iv Harrison 150.5&?,
Cleveland 144,15i. The same in 1S84
gave Blaiue 1S6.&93, Cleveland 137,041.
Harri(Mis majority will not be less
'hn o.0A0 ".r probably 5,000. The ftate
ticket is elected by about the same major
ity. Under the law of IuJia.ua this is the
diy when supervisors of elections con
vene ia each county to ennvass the
returns. Tilts'; boaids are consequently
now in stssion throughout the entire
state and it is th-ught that by tonight
the vote of the state by counties will be
Democratic Waterloo in Nebraska.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 9. The McShane
sensational scheme certainly met a Water
loo on Tuoday in Nebraska. The repul
lican statu committee estimated the total
democratic in both houses of the next
legislature at 21, but liter returns have
so greatly improvc-l the legislative out
look n the state, that the total demo
cratic s-tn-ugth is set down at about 31.
This would leave the republicans 102
on joint ballot, and S.-netor Munclerson
will be the most splendidly re-tlected
and endorsed man in the federal senate
who ha3 met a conspiracy and over
whelmed it through the confidence of his
Nor is Governor Thayer much behiud
in the public approval he has received.
WE CTCOW KOlt A UlCrt ISI.ICAN HOlK AND
lie has come out of the democratic
carnival of calumny, corruption and
misrepresentation with a plurality which
the state committee estimates at fully
22,000, and the later returns may increase
this to 25,000.
The electoral ticket will haye a plural
ity probably of not less than 30,000,
which would seem to indicate that those
democrats and dyspeptic republicans who
were su confident that Nebraska was a
doubtful state and could now sell their
judgment at a premium in the glare of
the light cast on the situation by the
The yote for Fisk and Urooks in the
state is esttmated at 4,500.
Topeha, Kan., Nov. 8. The dispatches
received by the republican state central
committee from every county in the state
show that the victory achieved by the
republicans of Kansas was the grandest
in the history of the state. In spite of
the desperate fight made by the demo
crats and the active oppo&itiob of the
union labpr party and the third party
prohibitionists, the republican candidates
have undoubtedly received the largest
majorities ever given to a republican
candidate in Kansas. Secretary Ilutchins
of the republican state central committee
states that from telegrams received from
almost every county in the state General
Harrison wiil receive a plurality of 70,
000, and Governor Humphry's plurality
will without doubt be e.j.OOO, but the
greatest victory was in the election of a
legislature which ia more unanimously
republican than it has ever been before.
Up to 9 o'clock the couinii"
. . .vce had mfor-
matiou of '-. .. .
-y ntve opposition members
of the legislature. In view of the fact
that in nearly every csunty in the state
the democrats and union labor party had
combined on members of the legislature,
makes the victory all the more satisfac
tory. Wyandotte county, which has
always been a democratic stronghold,
elects the entire republican county ticket
for the first time in its history.
Conington, Ky. Nov. 8. A story is
in circulation hero, that Speaker Carlisle
is to be deprived of his certificate of
election. The ground of this action is
the alleged illegality of ballots cast for
him in Campbell and Kenton counties.
It is assumed thr.t if they are thrown o'it
his majority in the district will be over
come. The kentucky law requires that a
ballot shall be on plainwhite paper, with
no distinguishing features, but the Car
lisle ballots were printed on large sheets
of perforated paper, so that when the
tickets were torn apart perforation ap
peared on the edges and made them eas
ily distinguishable from the other tickets.
Color is given to the story by the fact
that th canvassing board in Campbell
county is republican.
Wheeling, Nov, 8. Disputes just re
ceive i tonight from th? Capitol of the state
announce that the democratic state treas
urer, Thomson, concedes the state to the
republican by from 400 to 700 majority.
This i-; simply a confirmation of the steady
republican gains that have been coming in
today. The republican state committee
here claims the state by a mucn larger ma
jonty. They claim to have at least three,
and probably a solid delegation of five
congressman. They claim majorities for
the electoral ticket and a majority in the
The scene of republican enthusiasm in
this city tonight is unprecedented.
Thousands of people have crowded the
streets in front of the Intelligence build
ing to read the bulletins, and on every
hand is heard the cry that the ' solid
south' is broken at last by the vote of this
For restoring the color, thickening the
growth, and beautifying the hair, and
for preventing baldness. Hall's Hair Re
newer is unsurpassed.
Joe the One Price Clcthier, is death on
N KNGLISII KHKi; TKADK.
List ot Letters
licmaiuuig unclaimed, in the I'ostofiice
at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, Nov. 7, 1883
for the week ending Oct. 27ih, 188:
Amick, Agness Am is, Alford
Bobier, ltowena J Decker, Mrs Mary
Fergiuspn, .T:is fJi-ili-'n. John
(JiahmiAin. Thcudoii Gabriel, Warren
lines, Mrs Carrie Lukusck, Miss Jossie
Milbr, W E Moore, J A
Newell, James W Nitz Charles
Powers, Miss Mary Propst, John
Randall. J P Sutliard. Miss Anna
Snfron, Miss Tucker, S 11
Vcuard, Admina West, Mell
Persons c-dling for any of the above
letters will phase say "advertised."
J. N. Wisk. P. M.
KOW CAN PARENTS
allow their children to cough and fctrain
and cough and calmly say: "Oh! it is
only a little cold." and keep giving them
cheap and dangerous medicines, until
they are down with lung fever or con
sumption, when tliev can be so easily re
lieved by BEGGS'" CHERRY COUGH
SYRUP? It has no superior, and few
equals. For sale by O. P. Smith & Co.,
Don't be misled by so cabled reduced
prices when you can buy cheaper at Joe's
the One Price Clothier.
Dont go to Omaha when you want
to get your beautiful parlor and bed
room sets but go to Henry Boeck's fur
niture emporium where you cau get every
thing in the furniture line that will go to
make your home beautiful and comfort
able; and aboye all you can get it cheap.
Remember that he who sells most can
Look out for ehaiiifi of,,,"j(p' anj
hand bills Oijoone Price Clothier.
Dr. Withers is an experienced dentist
and will save your teeth if they can be
saved; if not, "he will extract them with
out pain. OHice in Union Block, d-wft
COUCH! and COUCH! and COUCH
What in the world is the reason you
will cough and keep, coughing and still
keep trying inferior medicines when
BEGGS' CHERRY COUGH SYRUP will
positively relieve your cough at once?
This is no advertising scheme, but an
actual fact, and we guarantee it. Sold
by O. P. Smith & Co., druggists.
Plain figures and plain truth at Joe's,
the One Price Clothier.
If vou want anything in the jewelry
line, "go to II. M. Gault lie will sell you
good goods at low prices and guarantee
them as represented.
for sale. A good span of matched
ponie9 for sale, they are a number one
buggy team. Enquire at this office, tf
The, Old Doctors
Drew blood, modern doctors cleanse it ;
hence the increased demand for Altera
tives. It is now well known that most
diseases are due, not to over-abundance,
hut to impurity, of the Blood ; and it
is equally well attested that no blood
medicine is so efficacious as Ayer's
" One of my children had a large sore
break out on the leg. We applied
simple remedies, for a while, thinking
the sore would shortly heal. But it grew
worse. We sought medical advice, and
were told that an alterative medicine
was necessary. Ayer's Sarsaparilla
above all others, we used it with mar
velous results. The sore healed and
health and strength rapidly returned."
J. J. Armstrong, Weimar, Texas.
"I find Ayer's Sarsaparilla to be an
admirable remedy for the cure of blood
diseases. I prescribe it, and it does the
work every time." E. L. Pater, M. D.,
"We have sold Ayer's Sarsaparilla
here for over thirty years and always
recommend it when asked to-name the
best blood-purifier." W. T. McLean,
Druggist, Augusta, Ohio.
" Ayer's medicines continue to be the
standard remedies in spite of all com
petition." T. W. Richmond, Bear
Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price $1; six bottles, $5. Worth S5 a bottle.
Practical Piano and Organ Tuner
" AND REFAIKKR.
First-class work guaranteed. AI30 deal
er in Pianos and Organs. Office at Boeck's
jurniture store, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
w m w
Iti one of li is windows. Everybody
cent's wort li. Tlie one ouest-in
Beans the jar contains, by
6 08 Pfi8 oiiiisf
The second nearest
And the Third Nearest
A FINE LEATHER CLUB SATCHEL I
The Jar will be filled and scaled ut l y two responsible parties on
November lut, and counted dy three responsible parties at u
Public Hall, on Janiiory 1st, 188l, in Plattfcinouth. If a
lady should be the first nearest ouet;eer she will receive
A Twenty - Dollar Trunk.
The Second Nearest
Pine Sllik: jzE"ULflor I
The Third Nearest
Bring your guesses with name in f scaled envelope. One ruce.a to
Lookout for large hand bills oivin you a program before going to
fill the Jar and count the Beans. 'J he Program will
be very interesting.
S. F. THOMAS.
Attornev-at-Law and Notary Public. Office in
Fitzgerald Uioek. I'lattsmouth. Neb.
A. N. SULLIVAN,
Attorney-at-Law. Will Riv prompt attention
to a!l hUHtnes- intrusted to htm. Oflie in
Union Block, Kast sld. Plattsmouth. Nch.
B KBER SHOP AND BATH KOOM.
Hot and Cold Ba hs at all hours. Ladies' and
Children's Hair Cutting a specialty. Cor. Oth
and Main, under CarruthV.
). P. YOUNG,
Bookseller, Stationer, and News Dealer ; Fancy
Goods. Toys. Confectionary. Hue ':jrars. Soda.
Water and Milk Shake, Pianos and Organs ai.d
Mum al Instrument!.
Kj L. GOI.DING.
Cloth p ru-ni';iiiij (i-.iods Go to th old re-Hahl-
house for Huts. Cars I'm.I r ll.ts.Truuki.
Bo- tc, Sh.ies. Maii: street, next Cass 1.0, Ba:iK.
O. V. SMT HI & CO.
n.-ers V.'all Paper, Paint.-'. Oil, Art Jlater
ial. Oi;iars Ito'ekw'jod Block.
PH. A. T. W.'THKflS.
ihe i-l.-s-- Denti-fs." Teeth extract ert'
Tvi;ioi:t he least pain or haiMi. Ar !Cc;j-I t.-etli
inst-rted iimiietiiateiy after fxtractinir ra',iiral
o;je v lit-11 d'-iied. O dd and all otlif-i Fill'r.gs
Ht'ietiy fitt ctas. Onice iu Union Bioek.
Staple and tFaticy Gr.icr'es, Glassware and
Croikeiy. H.-nirajui Feed.
GENT'S Ft'KM-illMi G'ViDS.
.1. H I) S N'EIXY.
Gents Fine rur;iHher and Ifatte-. The f.nst
complete :md tit, est stock in the city. Canutli
Block, Cor. 5Lh and Main.
Grocericc, Provifrions, (ilassware md Crockery. 1
V,r. G. KEEFEK.
Successor to O. M. Strt-isiit. Harnecs, Saddl.-rj
Goods. Net -. Ro'nes, Dusters, and all horse fur
HanlTayft. stnv'. Tii.w re. Table and rocket
Cot'erv. Kasors, e; c. H Mist-hold StwiuK Ma
chtres'aiid J.:?I G. .:! in. Ktovee. Tinw.irk
ofallkiid-' don ot reasonable prices, .-vtain
str.et. Rock wood Block.
C. F. SMITH.
Merchant Tai'or. Main ftreet. over Mertrps'
shoe store. Complete toek of camples. Fit
guaranteed. Prices defy competition.
M RS. J. F. JOHVSOX.
A Complete l.ir.ef the J.atesr Htyle cf Mil
linery and Trimmings : a'o Children's and In
fants' Bonne s. to be closed, out at c"-t.
The Daily Herald delivered for
IScts. per week.
can iies and need not buy a
the m-aribt to Jiow niuny
Jan. 1st, thall receive
of Low Prices.
SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION
AND VOCAL CULTURE.
Special care Liken in cultivating lung
power, removing voice from tliroat.
CLE0NE B. DANIELS,
Of Oma'.a, formerly of Washington,
D. C. Terms, reduced, per lesson, oOcts.
Address Box ::.2, Plattsmouth P. O.
FOR S A JAZ TO FEEDERS !
Stsers s.nd Herfsrs,
On'. 1 wo iuid Tine" years Id. nenr Kiowa,
Kansas : suitable for Feei'ii.y or Itouj-'hiii?.
Will tell on liii:e to l aith rof king firt-elaes
pai' r : ;n''!n ;s :
li. ii. GIS !!!. K' Ksih.. cr
W. I!. i.Rl.Mf-S. I.ai:n.'i .ly, Mo.
F. SM ITH,
Main Sr., Over Mciges' Khii; St ere.
i Has the best and rnoft cotj;pkte stock
! of samples, both foreign ind domcHtic
I woolens that ever came west of Miouri
river. Note these; prices.: liu.-iness uits
from ?1 to dr-ss su'ts, to ?4!,
pants $4, ?0, 0..'O and upwards.
C2P"Will guaranteed a f.t. .
Prices Defy Cornpeiilion.
Physician I Surgeon
OiTico over Wefcot; V tore. Ma-.o ftrert.
Ui-lPnof in Jr Sr-liddkneeM':; t r.ierty.
t'lii onic Di-'-aPs ami Iise ic. n id vomen and
CliiMrn a s:ieti?.!iy. Orfiee. Iioiuk, J to 11 a. in.
2 to 5 and 7 to 'J p. in.
B. &. Kt. Time Table.
No. 1. 5 a. in.
o I NO r.-AS'.
No. 2.-4 ::!3 p. in.
No. A. 10 :' a. in.
No. 6 7 :13 p. m.
No. 10. a :V a. m.
! N'o. 3. 6 :4o p, m.
r-O. ft. 6 :47 a. ill.
No. 7.-7 :3'' p. in.
No. r, :I7 p. m.
No. 116 ;27 a. in.
All train run daily ty wavof Omaha, except
Nos. 1 and 8 whic'.i run to and from t'chujler
daily except Sunday.
No. no Is a ft nb to Pacifl e. Junction at fl.30a.M
No. 19 U a stub tiaiu Pacific Junction at lia.ia.
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